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of the city supporting giants gear it's about the impact of this team. it is hard work, perseverance and hard work and work with each other. did bruce bochy and these 25 guys quick when they lost the first two games against cincinnati? no. did they accept the inevitable with st. louis? no. they carried on with determination and experts and pundits predicted that this san francisco giants was going to the world series and team work means everyone contributes and we saw those plays and three home runs for pablo sandoval right here in san francisco. [cheers and applause] . buster posey grand slam. [cheers and applause] outside there, yes! we saw the magic of the wonderful catch he did to save the out and jer nee affeldt and come up through the season and crow -- crawford saving the ball and all the pitchers and pitching their hearts out to zito to a felt and in comes romo . [cheers and applause] we needed everybody. we needed every skill. we needed that great team work so today in recognition of their second world series championship in three years i am proud to present the highest hon
persistence and your perseverance to have the state-of-the-art library here in your neighborhood. [ applause ] thank you so much very much. [ applause ] >> let's talk a little bit about this library. it's going to be 60% larger than the other library that sits over there. 60% larger. that means more books, more media, wonderful technology, wi-fi access. if you envision this space and if you look that way you have a wonderful adult area. as you walk in from the mason street side, you have an amazing teen center for all the young adults. absolutely. yelling back here, [ applause ] . that was our deputy city librarian, what can we say? a wonderful space for children. this north beach library serves over 30,000 diverse residents and it's way overdue to have a state-of-the-art library. clean it's really a true partnership with our city departments and i want to thank our dpw folks and their team. mindy, lena, fantastic work in managing this project. [ applause ] and another superb partner in phil ginsburg, rec and park, thank you. [ applause ] this is going to be an amazing space that ties to
americans from captivity. and i know as an american that we have a determination to persevere. >> when the news of the disaster reached iran, thousands of jubilant iranians ran around and chanted we have won again saying that god was on their side. it was learned today that the -- nine hostaged approved to be saved first because they were in the biggest danger. the iranians double agents had americans using u.s. communication would have given the signal to the rescue commandos. all the agents slipped out of the country posing as european businessmen. >>> 10 years after the americans had been taken hostage. watson took a look back at the hostages who were still in iran. >> reporter: 10 years ago today, one of the most hope less situations faced by the american government took place. 15 americans were held hostage for the next 444 days. what happened in iran that day was no less than the birth of a system that influenced world politics for the next decade. that system was the iranian form of government by terror. >> the first time an embassy had been taken access in all of the personnel
of them perseverance, cooperation, humility are important lessons. and team members doing things that they don't usually do to help the team win. starters pitching in middle relief, pitchers being called upon to deliver big hits and sluggers having to punt and all those sort of things is a good lesson for us because sometimes we have to do things in our lives that we're not accustomed to doing and may not be our job, but we have to do the best we can. and i also was very happy to hear an analogy drawn by sergio romo talking about the giants being a lot like the city of san francisco. i'm paraphrasing his remarks, but he basically talked about the diverse group that comes from all over the world and often different languages, but collectively they can do great things. and he sort of made an analogy to our city. so, i thought that was really good. and finally, buster posy talking about the fact that a win like this is more than just a win, but it has the ability to be a tonic and lift municipal spirits. and this theory has been brought forward in the past, but i think there is some
skippers were high school students. >> some tell us they were learning a lesson in perseverance and determination. >> that works we can go with that. >>> we have a winning weather forecast, if you like record temperatures. >> if you don't, it will change quickly. you can keep temperatures like this around for too many days. good morning, beautiful picture of the sun washing over san jose now. it will look almost the same no matter where we go, a little haze, not a spare the air nothing to worry about. definitely going to be warm today. we are definitely under a dry trend now live doppler 7 hd and doppler on mount omnium spinning looking for that next chance of rain it won't come into the forecast until thursday. you can see how far offshore the winds are blowing clouds hundreds of miles from our neighborhoods. 60 a san rafael, 69 oakland, redwood city, los gatos 77, temperatures around monterey bay, gilroy 76. santa cruz and monterey at 77 and 79. first forecast high record setting today and tomorrow. in between we'll have clear and comfortable conditions at night, cooler wednes
they were learning a lesson in perseverance and determination. >> that works we can go with that. >>> we have a winning weather forecast, if you like record temperatures. >> if you don't, it will change quickly. you can keep temperatures like this around for too many days. good morning, beautiful picture of the sun washing over san jose now. it will look almost the same no matter where we go, a little haze, not a spare the air nothing to worry about. definitely going to be warm today. we are definitely under a dry trend now live doppler 7 hd and doppler on mount omnium spinning looking for that next chance of rain it won't come into the forecast until thursday. you can see how far offshore the winds are blowing clouds hundreds of miles from our neighborhoods. 60 a san rafael, 69 oakland, redwood city, los gatos 77, temperatures around monterey bay, gilroy 76. santa cruz and monterey at 77 and 79. first forecast high record setting today and tomorrow. in between we'll have clear and comfortable conditions at night, cooler wednesday and cooler thursday with a chance of rain and showers fri
have to persevere and stick with it. so we learned later that these kids, that was the first type of meat dinner that they had in a-month. >> host: when you talk about your friends, do you ever say to you wish the u.s. government were doing diplomacy this way? >> guest: yes, i don't think that is a huge benefit. especially in the west bank. in 2009, i was still interacting with palestinians on that day. i don't think i've really got the palestinian perspective here. that has been a huge benefit. they are learning about us. we are learning about them. all of these aerial types start to crumble when you're just sitting around, and i found that in china and kenya and also with fellow volunteers. there were a lot of europeans. europeans have their own images of americans and that changes as well. even in costa rica. they think americans are lazy like the tv show that they see like friends. >> host: the subtitle of this book is wonderful. let's start with about bon jovi in bethlehem. >> guest: yes, we have volunteers in this restaurant from about 15 countries, most european. an italian
to go in." >> i think it was a great decision. it showed the perseverance that he has, and it showed his understanding that he was going to get better after a transplant, and that's what maria fareri children's hospital helped him achieve. >> organs are donated during tragic times. when a loved one is dying, a decision can be made that can save someone else -- someone like tyler. what would you say to the family that donated the liver that you got? >> uh, thank you, you know? you saved my life. um, you know, if it weren't for you, i might not be standing here right now. um, so, thank you with all my heart. um, and, you know, i'm sorry for your loss, but, you know, i love you for what you did. >> tyler is an inspiration for all the children and the families that we care for here. he's overcome so many great medical challenges, and to see him out here today, it's just an inspiration for everyone. >> and that inspiration is going national. tyler's now an ambassador for children's miracle network hospitals. for tyler, giving back means more than just talk. as the saying goes, you have to wal
will take away from it? >> human nature, filled with its arrogance and its courage and perseverance, comes up against mother nature. it is never a contest. in that conflict, we're reminded of many powerful things. the humility that we have to have towards the land. a willingness to listen to what the land tells us. >> his new fund, at the dust bowl. you can find much more on all the day's news at our website. for all of us here, thank you for watching. >> make sense of international news at bbc.com/news. >> funding for this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. and union bank. >> at union bank, our relationship managers use their expertise in global finance to guide you through the business strategies and opportunities of international commerce. we put our extended global network to work for a wide range of companies, from small businesses to major corporations. what can we do for you? >> bbc world news was presented by kcet los angeles. by kcet los angeles. - get ready to vrrrooom with me, neighbour! bec
. >> resiliency and perseverance of each guy on the team. different guy stepping up every night. blast. great memories. main goal is to win, do what you can to help, help your teammates and it goes both ways and we got guys on the team that pick me up and help me out. fortunate to play with a great group of guys. >> there you go. the team the giants handled the detroit tigers, the american league most valuable player, miguel cabrera, the triple crown winner, first since 1967. mike trout with the angels finishes a surprising distance second. lot of people thought he might win it. when you talk about buster posey and what he did for the giants, just incredible. they were talking a year ago can't even come back from the injury. >> so humble. >> incredible three years for him. he is so young. >> two world championships and looks like the guy next door and that is no act. in the clubhouse, he is the guy you see. >> thank you. >>> a bay area police department mistrusted by the people it is supposed to protect. tonight at 10:00 p.m. the policy change that is meant to improve relations and thank you
smacked 24 home runs and led the league in batting average. >> it's just the resiliency and perseverance of each guy on this team. and just a blast. great memories. >> in three seasons of the giants they have won two series titles. a league mvp, come back player of the year, and rookie of the year. >>> 4:48 is the time. quite a comeback after his serious injury last leer year. >> let's see he is 25 years old. two world series rings. now mvp. he's only 25. >> what's next? >> somebody said he could win dancing with the stars. >> there you go. >>> let's take a look at what we have now. traffic is moving along pretty well if you are driving around the bay area. but steve and i have been telling you that it is going to be wet weather for commute. and unfortunately when it starts to rain, we don't have good commutes. we're looking at 80 westbound it looks pretty good. i'm looking at the chp list we don't have a lot. once it starts raining that will change quite dramatically. let's move along and take a look at the toll plaza it's still light getting into san francisco. you're seeing the stride
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. >> this community and this family still persevere in a relentless way keeps michaela's image and name in the forefront until we actually definitively find out what happened to her. >> reporter: what's different this year is this case could come to a close. murch is waiting for a test result on a bone fragment. >> i wondered if this might be the last year we do this, although i think that probably regardless of the results of the testing of that fragment, i'll probably still be here every year. >> reporter: the bone was found with other remains in a san joaquin well. it was sent to an arizona dna lab where it was supposed to go to virginia for more testing but a hayward police inspectors says that's not the case. >> the remains are very old. the extraction process is harder. so finding the labs that have the best technology to do that, that's what it boils down to. >> reporter: the bone is now head back to california where it will be tested here. investigators hope the results will come out within a month. maybe then a mother can find closure and finally put her daughter to rest. in ha
to internment camps during world war ii. they showed dignity and perseverance not just by making do but producing crafts and works of art. >> the petals on this brooch were made from shells found in the ground at one of the internment camps. the internees also made their own chests, chairs and other furniture. fashioned from off-cuts of wood. these are on display at an exhibition called the art of gaman showing in tokyo. the works were made by japanese-americans who were interned following the attack on pearl harbor. over three and a half years, about 120,000 japanese-americans were sent to camps far from their homes. they were allowed to take only one item of luggage with them. to improve their living conditions and to help endure their internment, people started making things using materials they found around their camps. some did more than make furniture, they created artworks such as this sculpture. the snake figure was made by takezo obata, born in a farming village in hiroshima. he moved to america at the age of 17 to start a new life. overcoming hurdles such as prejudice, he
subcultures. the lepercy. the silk working women. i like to write about groups of people who persevere and make a life on their own aside from what the general culture is doing. i find that i don't consciously sit down and do that but it happens. in this particular book something that has fascinated me is sumo and sumo wrestlers and how they get so big and what it's like in their culture. one of the brothers becomes an sumo and that's why it's a big book! [laughter]. >> do you think that -- being a woman who is in women have been oppressed -- i don't know if they are now or not, dou think that has stimulated you in your writing coming out of that? you specifically and in general, do you feel like a lot of women have been stimulated by being part of an oppressed class? >> good question. >> very much so. i will try to answer a, b, c. for me, i know that the first thing i began to think about when i thought i wanted to write a novel was that i wanted to write about my culture. and because i had grownup in the chinese culture i wanted to write about china. i wanted to find out more abou
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